<Luchadoritos>If I run guix pull on my system I get no errors. My commit contains d3e982d. I had a previous error with guix and it was due to some critical files not containing the right definitions. In my case, guix gc did the trick.
<vagrantc>heh. you can pull the commit i pushed :/
<mroh>gabber: I have emacs in a profile and universal-ctags in a "devel" one, so I can call them with absolute paths (~/.guix-extra-profiles/profile/bin/...). Perhaps, you could make an (bash) alias to the ctags you need?
<nckhexen>two[m]: That profile contains both pangos (include/pango-1.0 and include/pango-2.0) and your package's build system isn't clever enough not to pick the wrong one, I guess. I didn't check why both pangos are in there.
<nckhexen>Oh, it's also probably not helping that it's likely to be looking for ‘pango 1.x’, while you're trying to build it against what looks like a pango 2.x prerelease, so it might not even ‘see’ it.
<nckhexen>‘info (guix)Invoking guix repl’, but yes, that could be added to --help or --type=list as well.
<vagrantc>someone has managed to taunt me by sneaking a "This packages" into I: guix: spelling-error-in-binary "This packages" "These packages" [usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/guile/3.0/site-ccache/gnu/packages/emacs-xy
<nckhexen>I've said two[m] times above thatthat 1.90 is unlikely to be >= 1.50.0.
<f3n1x>well, unmatched-paren , the given emacsPackage by default expects miGuixPackage in '/usr/local'. As per your suggestion i've found that it is in '/gnu/store/4m08looonghassshere-myGuixPackage' ... is that one to be used instead of ?
<f3n1x>ah! dunno... i just know what that Emacs package i've just installed was expecting a required package in '/usr/local' (typically on non Guix systems), and i need configure this patch. May use $PATH for ?
<nckhexen>f3n1x: ‘Error 127’ here means the Makefile is trying to run a binary but can't find it. It does not look like a library issue or even an emacs issue, from this distance.
<nckhexen>Ah, you even said ‘command not found’ before that, so yeah.
<nckhexen>sneek: later tell f3n1x: Unless the Emacs package has freedom bugs, please share the package so people can give concrete advice. TTYL!
<lechner>unmatched-paren: Hi, is it possible to run 'go test' inside guix shell --development --file=XXX ? I get errors like cannot find package "github.com/jacobsa/oglematchers" in any of: even though that's a native input